Aborigines live and work on Glenrock station, Gundy. Boodle, Jimmy Crimp, Teddy Adams, Walter Sergeant, and Tom and Walter Clarke are working on Glenrock station near Gundy. Some of the “good, capable staff” employed here to manage its rugged terrain are “mission reared” and some are “reared in the bush”. Some Aboriginal women are employed for household duties. Older men carry out light duties. Jimmy Crimp, of full Aboriginal descent, grows up on the station. He spends seven years of his later life living with the Simpson family on Glenrock “as a friend, not a servant”. (Brayshaw, On revisiting Gundy, 233).